Encino, New Mexico


State Road 3 near Encino, New Mexico
State Road 3 near Encino

Encino is a small village on the eastern side of Torrance County in central New Mexico. The village was founded on a railroad siding on the Belen Cutoff, the major east-west railroad line across central New Mexico. US Highways 60 and 285 also intersect at Encino. This is farming and cattle ranching country on the high plains. One of the realities: don't blink or you'll miss the town.

The population of Encino is down almost 13% since 2000.

The Encino Post Office
The Encino Post Office
Fast Facts about Encino, New Mexico
Encino, Torrance County, NM 88321
Latitude: 34.6515°N
Longitude: 105.4626°W
Elevation: 6,119'

Education:
High School or Higher: 80.6%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 9.7%
Graduate or Professional Degree: 4.2%
Cost of Living Index for Encino: 82.9

2014 Estimates:
Median Household Income: $22,900
Median Home Value: $30,470
Median Resident Age: 45.8 Years
Major Industries:
Natural Resources, Construction, Lodging & Food Services, Other Services
Unemployed (August 2014): 7.2%
 
Population Demographics: 2010
Total Population 82
Males 43
Females 39
Population by Age
Under 18 9
18 & over 73
20-24 0
25-34 0
35-49 15
50-64 28
65 & over 29
Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino 55
Non Hispanic or Latino 27
Population by Race
White 69
African-American 0
Asian 0
Native American 1
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0
Other 11
Two or more 1